Chefs Ming Tsai and Ken Oringer have organized Wednesday's Boston Bites Back gala at Fenway Park to raise money for the One Fund. The foodie fundraiser will bring together 100 local top chefs. Tickets are $200 (except for the Marathon's first responders and victims, who get in free) and cover tastes of dishes like Japanese fried chicken and banh mi, as well as wine and beer. The event is for people 21 and older, and all proceeds will go to Boston's One Fund.
Fields Corner in Dorchester really is the destination for Vietnamese cuisine in the greater Boston area. This neighborhood offers the widest and most concentrated selection of Vietnamese food throughout the city, from places where Banh Mi is served from a counter, to more formal restaurant experiences with table service.